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Photonic chip-based resonant supercontinuum

@inproceedings{Anderson2019PhotonicCR,
  title={Photonic chip-based resonant supercontinuum},
  author={Miles H. Anderson and Romain Bouchand and Junqiu Liu and Wenle Weng and Ewelina Obrzud and Tobias Herr and Tobias J. Kippenberg},
  year={2019}
}
Supercontinuum generation in optical fibers is one of the most dramatic nonlinear effects discovered, allowing short pulses to be converted into multi-octave spanning coherent spectra. However, generating supercontinua that are both coherent and broadband requires pulses that are simultaneously ultrashort with high peak power. This results in a reducing efficiency with increasing pulse repetition rate, that has hindered supercontinua at microwave line spacing, i.e. 10s of GHz. Soliton… 
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